Maryland Governor Larry Hogan speaks at the “curbing the Opioid epidemic,” meeting of the National Governors Association summer meeting in Providence, Rhode Island, USA, July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Brian Snyder – RTX3BDGU
ANNAPOLIS, Md.— Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he will propose legislation next month to protect the taxpayers in the state, stand to have their taxes go up because of the federal tax Reform the Congress.
The Republican Governor made the announcement on Wednesday, as the measure in Washington ran in the direction of final passage.
Hogan says that the precise impact on the state is not yet known. He says it is clear that some people see their tax go debt, and some see it go down. Due to the loss of several years of Federal tax deductions and exemptions Maryland-bound control, Hogan says, is to increase the revenue of the state is likely to “by hundreds of millions of dollars.”
The Governor says: “our goal will be to let all that money into the pockets of hard-working Marylanders.”